Secrets of Christmas slot - Free Play - Game Review
Secrets of Christmas is a new video slot from NetEnt, and while it’s no always Christmas time, this is a game that more than qualifies to be played all year round!
That’s because it’s packed full of exciting features, and even the regular gameplay is pretty unlike anything we’ve ever seen here at Slots4Play!
The game’s playable from just 25p per spin, and is available to both mobile and desktop users. If you’re a high-roller, you’ll be glad to know you can stake up to £125 per spin, although it’s likely that if you spin that much, you won’t have any money left for Xmas presents this year!
The game itself uses a selection of Christmas-related symbols, including Holly, Bells, Milk, and Cookies, and you’ll also see the traditional playing-card symbols, including 10, J, Q, K, and A.
Bonuses & Features
Land three or more scatter symbols on the reels, and you’ll be given 10 free spins! You’ll then see a selection of presents, where you can pick a selection of presents to win extra spins and multipliers!
The number of picks you get depends on how many scatter symbols you land, and it’s relative, so 3 gives you 3 picks, 4 scatters gives you 4 picks, and 5 scatters – while rare – gives you a whopping 5 picks!
This plays out in an almost identical way to Secrets of the Stones, and while it’s quite similar, it’s still a unique game playing experience, and if you’re lucky enough to pick a wild reel with a multiplier, you could be in with a BIG chance of winning huge!
Those who like to enjoy video slots from their mobile phone or tablet will be glad to know that Secrets of Christmas is fully-optimised for all mobile users! Simply open the game up through your Internet browser, select your stake, and begin spinning – it’s simple!
Plus, you can even change all the settings in the mobile app, including audio volume, stake/coin levels, and the graphical settings.
Pros: A fun and exciting game, Secrets of Christmas is a game that can be enjoyed ALL year round!
Cons: The bonus features appear quite often, and while this may sound good, it means sometimes, they don’t pay very well.